The Pure Cambridge Edition of the Bible, first published in about the year 1900 by Cambridge University Press and Collins publishers, is also known as the Standard Text. It is the product of textual purification that has occurred since 1611 when the Authorized Version was completed, and it has been used as the received text for many decades; millions of copies were issued by Bible and missionary societies during the twentieth century. This text of this edition stands in contrast to all others (especially newly edited and modernized ones), uses the standard Cambridge spelling, and is scrupulously exact right down to the original italics and punctuation, making it an accurate, reliable, and faithful edition of God's holy word. This portable hardback edition has been newly designed and typeset using the sturdy Charter typeface, designed by Matthew Carter. Even at the small size required for a portable edition, it offers unparalleled clarity and ease in reading. This full-text edition of the Authorized King James Version of the Bible includes both the Old and New Testaments. Those who care about accuracy and presentation will find it ideal for use in church, in ministering, and in personal study.